17 Burst results for "W H O"

"w h o" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"w h o" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To forget Just how improbable that seemed when people were lobbying for it, but also to see like Wow. Built environment actually isn't as fixed and permanent as we might think that it can be edited. It can be unmade and remade, And that is also the work of design, not just shiny new products, but taking a look at the status quo and asking whether it might be otherwise. Some of this stuff like curb cuts, like closed captioning on television. They benefit not just the disabled, their kind of crossover adaptations. No, that's right, and that's often called in my field, Universal design, so deaf watchers of television were saying a long time ago. We want captioning to be a standard part of every television set. And a lot of people from the outside would say Well, this is a niche market. But it turns out that once closed captioning became a kind of feature of everyday life whereby if you're at an airport or restaurant, you can follow along with the game where the debate or you can watch videos on silent if your kids are in the next room, trying to get to sleep. The point being, though, instead of thinking of these cross over benefits is serendipitous. If you Again with the notion of universal design. You will be accommodating, not just the disabled but the entire population. So why not start there? Is that the premise? It's certainly one call to take a look really at what are the so called margins. It turns out, though, that disability is a particularly interesting case, because for one thing, the W. H O put out a report in 2011, saying that over a billion people globally live with some condition of disability, so It's not quite so abnormal, as we might think, but also, if you think about the span of your life, you enter the world quite dependent on other people. We often in the latter part of our lives also experienced greater and even acute dependence and interdependence on other people. So Disability concerns are genuinely universal. If we see that is actually ah, feature of our everyday lives. Then we start to see it not as something to be on Lee pitied or avoided right but instead to say, Oh, I locate myself here, too. I'm a human being with a body that has needs And so I can ask myself. Can I bring my body to the built world or will I ask the world to adapt a little bit to me as well? Corona virus has made the universality imperative. All the more urgent. We are facing what wheelchair bound neighbors have faced their whole lives and infrastructure. It just doesn't work for us anymore. It's true. And if you ask disabled people I've watched this closely in my own disability community. They will tell you we have been asking for things like more flexible, remote work options and Things that we're seeing now suddenly made quite robust because they're needed in the mainstream, but disabled people have been asking for those for a long time. The key invitation here again is to say Where are the places where we might look to the temporary kind of rebuilding of the belt world, and I mean things like seniors only shopping hours and shared street initiatives. Those are things that are being prototype right now under the conditions that were in and the call to us is to say Might there be the glimmering light of a good idea in general, But we want to continue some of these things in order to make a friendlier world for a lot of bodies. I must say when I'm looking at the neighborhood listservs in my own neighborhood about shared streets. Opening them up to pedestrians and bicycles and a more robust way. You know those lists Services. Discussion boards are full to the brim of people saying before it's even started. This will never work. The way things are is the way things must be. And I find we constantly need re sources and reminders and indeed, like basic social to rest to say, What if we prototype a little bit? What if we try? I want to ask about silver linings. Is there anything in this? Suddenly urgent Need for redesign that makes you feel hopeful. So many of the stories in my book or if people who not only found the status quo to be insufficient, but they were willing to do the kind of five or 10 years of bureaucratic work to see that new thing made real and That, of course, is a longer story. And it defies the time scale of social media. It defies picking up the right books right now, in this kind of fervor. I'm for reading good books, but Boy thing I have learned watching disabled people is that the long work of structural change takes a kind of longer timescale in a commitment and it takes that generous thinking. There? Yes, you might say that. That sounds.

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"w h o" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"At what point have I said? It's okay. I said you were beginning your tier pro, Karen, you say, Oh, the fact that she's already up there, and if he just said, let this one go say Hey, man. Next time do you mind? We need to wear a mask this time to come in here. First of all, she'll never go back to that store. Well, you know, she's not that they're probably happy about. She'll never go back to the store. I think he could have just said Hey, just so you know, next time you gotta wear a mask. If you're already up there, paying at that points to light. I think she's already been in the store for who knows how long it is too late. I mean, unless she walked in and blatantly distorts disregarded the rule because then in that case, anything goes. Just do whatever I want and see the sign. I'm too busy. I think we're really hard on people that are trying to decide. Her reaction were hard on people that are just whatever I think, were people. I think we almost before she pulled and I'm guilty. It's like they say, Do something. We do it and we look back or like why we're doing all this for people to use their own brains here. Your point. We don't know for sure about these mask. And we've been told the wear and not where when we've had organizations, one of them say Don't wear one of the W. H O said with the W H O that don't wear one unless you work with going pavement patient Then CDC says no, definitely where we get all that. But the fact was that the store rules. If you're constantly going, let it be broken. I'll never be enforced because what are they going to say? If it were somebody who like again, I'll use no shoes. How about that one instead of if she's hot, you just very stand up. There you say Okay, well, next time you have to put on a pair of shoes, and I think if the person comes to the counter, and they already walked through your store, no shoes on, and they're trying to pay you say next time. What's wrong with those shoes anyways? By the way, Like you could step on something and then sue the store having a shard of glass, Something like compared to Corona virus. Now I'm like, I don't really care about no shoes, no shirt, no service. Maybe no shirt would be fine, too. If you're dude because it's like, you know, No, I want people's clothes at this point. Delay does spit on the counter. We haven't got to that part. This is the Karen gas station carrier..

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"w h o" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And now the state is freaking out everybody's gonna get sick warns you of the state then at the height of the cold virus his scare you had elections and we now know nothing happened there was no spike because of it what's going on and Facebook I'd like to know if I tweeted the things of the W. H. O. and other experts told us two or three months ago what I now be removed from Facebook and bands would you delete my tweet because I've been saying things that the W. H. O. is now starting to say and you said that that was a dangerous thing to say but now that they're saying it if I decided just for laughs and giggles to go back and tweak to the things that they were saying would I be banned again the N. thirteen N. America you need to understand if you watch the show last night you'll know the Republic is in danger from what the media is doing we are in grave grave danger we'll have more on that in a second but you have to understand one thing the bill of rights is no good it's worthless if you can't use them and if you don't have a government that protects them back in a minute I look to stop doing business with people that you are working against you this is really truly we are we are a nation so damn close to war with itself you know there's it's just split down party a party lines and I don't know what to do about it but you've got to stop giving money to organizations and companies that are working against the values that you hold and if you are with one of the major character carriers for your cell phone service most likely you are giving money to Planned Parenthood anti first amendment anti second amendment groups because they take their profits.

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"w h o" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on WTVN

"And and now the state is freaking out everybody's gonna get sick warns you of the state that at the height of the cold virus his scare you had elections and we now know nothing happened there was no spike because of it what's going on and Facebook I'd like to know if I tweeted the things of the W. H. O. and other experts told us two or three months ago what I now be removed from Facebook and bands would you delete my tweet because I've been saying things that the W. H. O. is now starting to say and you said that that was a dangerous thing to say but now that they're saying it if I decided just for collapse in giggles to go back and tweak to the things that they were saying would I be banned again this is the N. thirteen N. America you need to understand if you watch the show last night you'll know the Republic is in danger from what the media is doing we are in grave grave danger we'll have more on that in a second but you have to understand one thing the bill of rights is no good it's worthless if you can't use them and if you don't have a government that protects them back in a minute I look to stop doing business with people that you are working.

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"w h o" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Take a real hard look at the W. H. O. and what we do coming out of this we need to fix we need a structural fix for the W. H. O. even more than that it may be the case that the United States can never returned underwriting having U. S. taxpayer dollars go to the W. two we may need to be have even bolder change than that that's big news from your bosses about yeah I the hallmark really this administration when you look at president trump over the past almost four years it's not that we're opposed to international alliances or opposed to international organizations what we're simply asking for it is transparency and accountability I will never weekend hundreds of millions of dollars a year to an organization we expect a return on that money needing that we expect real results and it's unfortunate that this is the first administration that has really demanded these results it is very unfortunate what about the latest developments what is a year a week we interviewed the secretary I think it was a week ago a very very tough questions are going to have to be honest with regards to China one of the biggest things that we have evidence for and I I wrote an article based upon this thanks upon thanks to the the great work of the the state department team it is clear that China has been propagating false information with regards to what really happened and had we we know this as a certitude about do we know oh absolutely and here's what I think is the scary thing sad is that for me all of this boils down to one fundamental question that we have to be able to answer when this is over there is that the world has the answer the world wants to know how do we prevent a pandemic like this from ever happening again right now both in the lead the answer that we all want did you know said today we can still not answer that question and that's because the Chinese Communist Party is not being transparent with their data there's nothing we know that they're not being accurate about the number of people who have been diagnosed with COPD who have died from it so we know they're nothing I agree they're they're also not being transparent with the world not just with us about the origins of this virus to the best of our knowledge we still don't have live virus samples from from the earliest patient we still we have an answer from the C. C. P. that'd be corona virus originated and at a wet market they have not according to most doctors and scientists that you speak to them a provided credible evidence to back up that assertion also there's a lot of a lot of very theories out there but we'll never be able to fully understand this pandemic if we don't know that the roots of it we don't know the origin of that and what China did right what they did wrong I'm sure there's plenty of things that they did right by the way early on but we'll never know the answer to any of that until we as secretary Pompey on president trump continued to put pressure on the Chinese party Communist Party to be forthcoming with the world I think it's a real shame if we get that then we can't actually accurately answer the question about its origin not only do we know that those questions of don't be non said thanks to the work of the state department of Mike's team we know the the Communist Party Beijing ordered the various pieces.

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"w h o" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on AP News

"The concept has been floated as a way of allowing people believed to be protected against reinfection of the new coronavirus to return to work but the WHO's says there is no evidence that people who have recovered from covert 19 a protected against a second infection the Geneva based UN health agency says people who assume they are immune to reinfection made no public health advice raising the risks of continued virus transmission the W. H. O. adds that tests for antibodies of the new coronavirus also need further validation to determine the accuracy I'm Serra buses

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"w h o" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Real hard look at the W. H. O. and what we do coming out of this we need to fix we need a structural fix for the W. H. O. even more than that it may be the case that the United States can never return to underwriting having U. S. taxpayer dollars go to the DMV agent we may need to be even bolder change than that that's big news from your boss is it not yeah I agree I think the hallmark really of this administration when you look at president trump over the past almost four years it's not that we're opposed to international alliances or opposed to international organizations what we're simply asking for it is transparency and accountability I will never weekend hundreds of millions of dollars a year to an organization we expect a return on that money needing that we expect real results and it's unfortunate that this is the first administration that has really demanded these results it is very unfortunate what about the latest developments what is a year a week we interviewed the secretary I think it was a week ago a very very tough questions are going to have to be honest with regards to China one of the biggest things that we have evidence for and I I wrote an article based upon this thanks upon thanks to the the great work of the the state department team it is clear that China has been propagating false information with regards to what really happened and and we we know this as a certitude do we know oh absolutely and here's what I think is the scary thing a sad is that for me all of this boils down to one fundamental question that we have to be able to answer when this is over there is that the world has to answer the world wants to know how do we prevent a pandemic like this from ever happening again right now both in the lead the answer that we all want did you know said today we can still not answer that question and that's because the Chinese Communist Party is not being transparent with their data there's nothing we know that they're not being accurate about the number of people who have been diagnosed with COPD who have died from it so we know they're nothing I agree they're they're also not being transparent with the world not just with us about the origins of the virus to the best of our knowledge we still don't have live virus samples from from the earliest patient we still we have an answer from this C. C. P. that would be corona virus originated and at a wet market they have not according to most doctors and scientists that you speak to it will provide a credible evidence to back up that assertion also there's a lot of a lot of very theories out there but we'll never be able to fully understand this pandemic if we don't know that the roots of it we don't know the origin of that and what China did right what they did wrong I'm sure there's plenty of things that they did right by the way early on but we'll never know the answer to any of this until we as secretary Pompey on president trump continued to put pressure on the Chinese part Communist Party to be forthcoming with the world I think it's a real shame if we get that then we can't actually accurately answer the question about its origin not only do we know that those questions of don't be nonsense thanks to the work of the state department of Mike's team we know that the Communist Party Beijing or the the various pieces of evidence from Wuhan be destroyed so we may never conclusively no the offices S. questions follow her at the state department spox state dept spox she's Morgan Ortega's I'm Sebastian Gorka this is America first on the Salem radio network.

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"w h o" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What the W. H. O. a stands for what we need to do I would not pull us out of it I think we need to figure out how much we need to pay but I think it's a real mistake because you have no influence over what you need to do with the you and if you're not at the table and we wouldn't be at the table what's your answer to that similarly said nothing it was like yeah we need to figure out what they do and figure out how much to pay on but we need to pay on I mean I agree I think in the US involvement the UN is important because it does give us a table outside then points however indicates the WHL and some other organizations China's pay left in the WHL and evidently they have significantly more employment and have to be at the table and having that money there and the threat of pulling it out that gives you that influence one hundred fifty million dollars a significant part of their budget comes from us not until we threaten that money can we actually have accountability yes you know what it means to these people that are out I mean I get you know some of the international of saying things like you know he was great I don't necessarily agree with all that had obviously but I think it does it plays a role but it's one thing to just to fit in China I mean it did damage from the US is going to be on the table and we have to get a handle on where our supply chain vulnerabilities are and all that stuff I obviously want to get this virus under control all right so when we when it comes to the virus getting into control and standing back standing America up again what will take to get Illinois on its feet again I think you know it was sold to us originally was flattening the curve it appeared that we're getting to the point at least in many regions works clapping so I think well why not Americans ability to social distance to where Max the public to wash their hands to do all the things you know I think is going to be important as we re open the economy there's gonna be some industries are still are you know baseball games bars you know places where people gather close proximity but I think understanding that Americans get the virus now we understand how to avoid it and we need to begin to open its economy safely of course is the right thing to do but what's what's strange to me is how there are people that are just opposing the president say he's reckons he tried to re open everything when he's not he's saying you know the economic damage he was willing to take the economic damage to save lives but there's a point at which we have today to begin to re integrate on that we cannot wait until every case is gone because it never will be and we can't wait for the vaccine because the vaccine is still pretty far off so I think we take it in stages you know social diversity wearing masks to be extremely important and that we should spikes in areas we can have you know walked down to the numbers required governor got Pritzker is an investor in different hotels right for very rich family yeah yep he's getting bail out money but the trump family's not and not eligible they put that in the legislation are you okay with both yeah yeah I mean I think the whole it called like kind of a straw man argument you know the the Tom saying he can't pay bail out money well he he is family and the foundation of the company have a business and and quite honestly they should have a right to that there are a number of the Congress that still have business interests that you know we're we can't take anything like that I don't have that but there are some whose one member in particular thinking of who now have to compete against the company that is able to take the bail out money and he committed the cardinal sin this member of Congress of being willing to serve his country you know we've got to get away from us a missile raid in ourselves in public as members of Congress it is a public service I get it you know there's there's advantages to people to take advantage of that but at the same time you can't get to work anybody that smart or owns a business doesn't want to go into public service yeah it's been a law it's illegal but I think when we go forward we need to take into account everybody should be treated fairly and unpopular in that if you could even numbers to serve in the government capacity and the other thing is it's not them they have a hot thousands of employees who you know are clearly grounds in working the buildings so you have to turn around to see from a business perspective like I was into mean Tillman for Tito owns about five hundred different casinos and restaurants in the Houston Rockets he had the way oh forty five thousand people any put a billion dollars into it and they just bleed money every week it doesn't mean because you're rich you should be exonerated from any top aide in this situation because they need those people go to unemployment and you don't have enough resources to pay everybody their salary so I don't I don't get this resentment toward rich people and successful people that own businesses and by companies yeah I I don't either and you know and it seems like you know when it comes to things like when the Democrats are trying to make so many things were doing to help the economy at the moment on the net it seems like they're trying to get the federal government to replace the economy and no matter how much of a socialist or communist you are you cannot have the federal government would place an economy because at some point money is the last yeah there's no actual wealth be generated you're just writing checks everybody in that case would actually work I would recommend you know the government should give everybody a billion dollars because then we'd all be rich but you know that in members of Congress we want people that represent all areas of society in Congress and we want people that have money to be able to hire people so they can have the money to lastly congressman how you gonna do the remote voting kid kids Connor this speaker is now convening a group to talk about it nobody wants to really go back and put their dental yourselves you you're got it we go back we just want to be with your family and your families are going to want to be around you if there's a chance you could you would just around five hundred people in a confined setting so what could you tell me is the progress made on remote voting if you were in fact in support of it government support of it and we were there a number of us pushing to get this into the rooms before we deal with this virus was rising and it'll be on cold storage hello he never did anything on the capital of this is happening we were requested at least close to or is at least you know some of the the number huge numbers of people find them it could be spreading us and she did not react at all so she's acting like he was born you know back in the fall about this whole thing and in reality she was put in the capital it could make a decision on the capital that included things like remote voting so now we're stuck but we can't vote unless everybody comes to Washington DC it's not gonna replace in person voting nor should it have to be an emergency option for kids like this and just keep in mind any time she comes up and says the president was slow just know she was in San Francisco telling everyone to celebrate Chinese New Year and so was mayor de Blasio the whole world was caught blindsided by this we have to stop blaming each other and making it being boring and it's so it's yeah this is for the country who basically is sitting there wonder when they can get their lives back cars begins you're always going to talk to you well said you too take care ma'am you got it well we come back we'll have the phones are read to me emails and we find out if there is indeed a reason to know more please Brian Kilmeade texting rolls you into reoccurring automated text messages message and data rates may apply you got this it is nice work in Europe thanks man I feel better than I have in years and I gotta tell you taking to Gen X..

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"w h o" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on KOMO

"The W. H. O. misled the U. S. and other countries about the severity of the corona virus before it became a pandemic so he's stopping payment the W. H. O. failed in this basic duty and must be held accountable president trump playing the W. H. O. didn't take the threat seriously something the president's critics say he also failed to do is the virus spread in February and early March Andy field ABC news Washington the organization secretary general has issued a statement that says there will be a time to look back on how all those involved reacted to the crisis but that now is not that time Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says effective immediately anyone in that city with covert nineteen symptoms will be able to get a same day or next day test more testing is one of the things California governor Gavin Newsom once before he'll lift separate home orders won't happen immediately but eventually California stay at home order will be lifted and now governor Gavin Newsom is laying out the framework of how decisions will be made science more public health not politics must be the guide Newsome's team saying being able to test to do contact tracing and to make sure the most vulnerable are protected are needed before stay at home orders are modified Alex down ABC news Los Angeles the death toll in New York City is now over ten thousand the health department adding almost four thousand probable cases to the count all died in nursing homes assisted living facilities in private homes in the last month Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker is warning residents the worst is still to come are in the best of what we believe is going to be a very difficult period for our health care community and for our Commonwealth over the course of the next several weeks the state's office of health and Human Services announced forty four residents in the Holyoke soldiers have home have now died thirty six tested positive for covered nineteen you're listening to ABC news stay informed the calm evening news colonies time seven oh two art Sanders top stories of the call twenty four seven news center leaders handling the state's response to the corona virus outbreak gave an update on their efforts this afternoon couples Charlie harder has the story cases continue to come in but state health officer Dr Kathy Lowe he says we appear to be past the peak of this part of the outbreak all all state wide cobit nineteen activity appears to have plateaued well activity appears to be declining and if you areas of the state and had leveled off and other areas and may still be increasing in a few areas she says the low rate is spread can be attributed to the social distancing measures in place well he says they're working to increase testing with the goal of testing anyone showing symptoms right away her colleagues say there won't be a total containment of this disease until there's a vaccine Charlie harder komo news Washington state's efforts to contain the corona virus outbreak appear to be working at least for now or not exactly where we need to be yet in my opinion but we've definitely moved a long way in the right direction that's Dr Jeff Duchin with public health Seattle king county uses social distancing stay at home mortars and other methods have led to a decrease in the spread of the virus however he says the state is nowhere near ready to lift any of the restrictions health officials say used almost county appears to be on the downside of the covert nineteen curve with a number of community transmissions declining because Ryan Harris tells us what that means for re opening the county we're all anxious to get the local economy moving again but Snohomish county leaders still have to watch the number of new cases to make sure scaling back social distancing doesn't cause a spike in new cases Terry health officer Dr Chris spinner says they'll need whiter covert nineteen testing availability and as they catch up on a backlog more contact tracing so they can keep outbreaks in check so the capacity to test everyone who has symptoms and in those who were instructed to follow up more thoroughly I guess I would say with them and their contacts in a timely way because Kate Kelly executive Dave Somers says they're working with the governor's office on the plan to re open with a focus on what the county can do to help businesses Dr spinners also says no homes county isn't seeing a racial disparity in who's affected by the corona virus like other areas with their numbers nearing the county's population Ryan Harris komo news the company's time several former traffic.

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"w h o" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Health Organization resident claiming the W. H. O. misled the U. S. and other countries about the severity of the corona virus before it became a pandemic so he's stopping payment the W. H. O. failed in this basic duty and must be held accountable president trump plainly the W. H. O. didn't take the threat seriously something the president's critics say he also failed to do is the virus spread in February and early March Andy field ABC news Washington the organization secretary general has issued a statement that says there will be a time to look back on how all those involved reacted to the crisis but that now is not that time Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says effective immediately anyone in that city with code nineteen symptoms will be able to get a same day or next day test more testing is one of the things California governor Gavin Newsom once before he'll lift safer at home order it won't happen immediately but eventually California stay at home order will be lifted and now governor Gavin Newsom is laying out the framework of how decisions will be made science more public health not politics must be the guide Newsome's team saying being able to tennis to do contact tracing and to make sure the most vulnerable are protected are needed before stay at home orders are modified Alex down ABC news Los Angeles the death toll in New York City is now over ten thousand the health department adding almost four thousand probable cases to the count all died in nursing homes assisted living facilities in private homes in the last month Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker is warning residents the worst is still to come are in the best of what we believe is going to be a very difficult period for our health care community and for our Commonwealth over the course of the next several weeks the state's office of health and Human Services announced forty four residents in the Holyoke soldiers have home have now died thirty six tested positive for covered nineteen you're listening to ABC news newsmax our top story the Oregon health authority reports two new deaths from corona virus fifty five people have died in Oregon fifty new cases reported for a total of sixteen hundred thirty three another resident of the Oregon veterans home in Lebanon has died from covert nineteen the Oregon department of Veterans Affairs as the patient had underlying medical conditions and was thought to have recovered from corona virus after the patient's death health authorities have classified the death as covert nineteen related a total of four patients from the veterans home have died from corona virus Oregon governor Kate brown is laid out the framework to reopen the state following the coronavirus stay at home order we are analyzing how and when to re open each part of our society and our economy brown says the plan must continue to slow the spread of corona virus they need to buy more personal protective equipment testing capacity needs to increase along with contact tracing and.

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"w h o" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"On how Taiwan has done so far in terms of content and the answer is we've already talked about China we've already talked about China no we're talking about Taiwan this is why Taiwan is sending us masks you noticed the accent of the doctor American W. H. O. W. H. O. when you see we expose them tomorrow on WHYY you cannot trust the WHL their numbers on China are all skewed they're all wrong and we'll explain why tomorrow it is this is what mainstream media should be doing we should be looking into the numbers we need to know we're we're changing the entire world on faulty numbers and we're trusting the W. H. O. well when you see things like that you're like wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute they they are just taking the hard Communist Party line on American is playing the hard to communist line why we'll show you tomorrow make sure you're a member please join us in place TV dot com slash gland please TV dot com slash gland that use the promo code gland all right just a bit more of information in our cobit nineteen update we now have new we now know fifty percent of the viral spread comes from people with no symptoms they're saying this is why this is so hard to the predict where it's happening because the people who have it have no symptoms to prevent the further spread top infectious disease experts in the U. S. say they are reconsidering their guidance on face masks this is such a lie they've if we had plenty of face masks they would have told us to wear face masks the whole time the face masks have always worked they did what they magically work in the hospital and they don't work on you that's ridiculous they didn't trust the American people to do the right thing and make sure that there were enough masks for the hospitals you know that's that's the mere fact I trust the American people to figure it out and you've already seen what the American people are doing they'll they'll have facemask and they're just turning him into their hospital because they're at home they don't need them but if we're going to turn this country back on we need a facemask and we need people to make face mask they're saying now to make your own at home well there's no proof that any of that will work but it's better than nothing and if we're going to open the country up we are going to all have to wear face masks then there's then there's this one last order that I want to share with you a locomotive engineer in Los Angeles has been charged with one count of train wrecking classe felony under federal law he he is the engineer of this and he backed the train up he was he was there at the port in Los Angeles and he saw the the USS mercy coming in the naval ship them the hospital ship and he said it's suspicious they're not that ship is not what they say it is that's not there to help heal people no he didn't say what it was doing he just said it's that's not what they that this is a this is a plan and he said I yeah I only had the chance once the whole world is watching and I had two people don't know what's going on here but now they will well I don't know what's going on here other than you tried to ram your train into the ship any got close he got close I saw I think was on CNN they said and he got close no one on the ship was hurt he he's the train finally stopped two hundred and fifty yards away from the chip Hey that's not close I wasn't thinking anyone on the ship was hurt when he was two hundred and fifty so are you concerned about why a train engineer would not understand he was going to come up here on this one but yeah you're probably yeah I think this is you know well the good news is it only goes backward and forward so yes Sir he doesn't have a lot of options hello I don't go bad is that bad Bluetiful would there is something really important to understand too if you happen to be contemplating derailing a train into a ship number one you need to make sure you can get a little closer than Turner fifty yards but number two when you're interviewed you can't give the quotes that this guy gave because he keeps saying stuff like you know what I only have this one chance and I will people had to know what now they do know what's I don't know what I would I was really curious I really want to know you what he thought was on that ship was it aliens is are we giving people covet I really want to know what this guy was thinking legitimate how a guy who legitimately I want to know yeah I I I I don't know yeah I don't I listen to try to track down what like what conspiracy theory he was kind of pointing to because it definitely seems like he's in some kind of down a deep on a rabbit hole but like you know like I you he's so deep in it but he did he thinks everybody else knows about it or at least everyone's gonna know what he's talking about it's like well no I I couldn't even find the conspiracy theory I would love to if anyone knows what it is or can explain to us what it is I'd love to hear her I would really like to know I'm just I just because I'm just that I'm fascinated by this the idea that you derail a train and go up to one fifty yards short of your target to prove a point that you don't express is just not a good this is a bigger this is a much more important story for people to follow over you know governor Cuomo's nipple rings whether he has or not I don't even want to think about that no I don't want anybody to tell me if he has them or not I don't want to do we stop thinking about his nipples this is how much more but if you could avoid doing nonsensical story this one we definitely need.

Taiwan China W. H. O. W. H. O. WHL WHYY
"w h o" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome back to coast to coast George in order with your doctor if you buy a dory with us says Shiva for the last several weeks this country has been on lockdown where people have been told to stay home businesses have shut down restaurants have been closed yeah it's been a really a disaster for a lot of people who are healthy enough to work but the numbers continue to grow up with this corona virus it doesn't seem like the flattening of the curve is is working what's your take on all that well you know I think one of the important things to understand is that the W. H. O. this is something very interesting I recently learned from people work in large hospitals with these hospitals ministers WHL came up with I believe two codes people should be it should understand that the WHL when you go to a doctor's office and you know the doctor diagnoses you the diagnosis has codes which get punched into a computer and typically those codes go into a computer system which is created by different information technology companies the information technology companies what I just found out recently have to Hey the license code from the WHL quite interesting as a money making venture for the WHS today sure that's W. H. O. came up with two diagnosis.

George W. H. O. WHL
"w h o" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"None of these have been tested in a controlled manner to find out which ones like those whom it should have great minds not least on institutions such as I do it because I don't have much of a social media pages for god make things and events are all right now that he could not walk home if it has already been approved for some other medications from other treatment conditions at stake I don't recall again as an example he'd get a full deal is the hypoglycemia in paper taking anti diabetic medications it gets interfere with heart medications in other so if you want to know the truth about it follow the guidelines my W. H. O. or CDC now what do we do in the meantime let me suggest black identity eight BTC all the strategy I thought it it is providing support for our voiding the meal of course most and Adolf beings faced mosque will be eight to address the spread of cholera he did fall back to using hand washing and promoting part never again thank for.

W. H. O. CDC
"w h o" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on WTOP

"The E. W. H. O. saying last week that the corona virus known as covert nineteen is a global epidemic in the United States is laying the blame squarely on China's shoulders national security adviser Robert o'brien has publicly accused the Chinese government of covering up the virus there's lots of open source reporting from China from Chinese nationals the doctors involved or either silence or put in isolation so that the word of this virus could not get out speaking at the heritage foundation says the world lost two months of response time that could have been used to curtail it we have those minimal sequence of the virus and had the cooperation necessary from the Chinese side had a a W. H. O. team I've been on the ground had a CDC team which would offer down the ground he sensually says the best we can do now is follow CDC warnings and ride this out JJ green WTOP news Israel's president says he has decided to give opposition leader Benny Gantz the first opportunity to form a new government following an inconclusive national election this month the decision raises questions about prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's political future as he leads the country's battle against the corona virus threat and prepares to go on trial for corruption charges dances blowing point party received the support of parties representing sixty one seats however those parties are also divided it's not clear whether Gants will succeed in putting together a coalition United States soccer federation president has stepped down Carlos Cordeiro departure follows the fallout of a gender discrimination lawsuit by the U. S. women's team players he comes three days after the federation filed legal papers in a gender discrimination claiming women players had less physical ability and responsibility than men several federation sponsors issued a response this week backing the players and condemning the U. S. S. self nine forty three by Max Smith tracking metro twenty four seven the red line shut down north of Tacoma today no trains at Silver Spring forest Glen Wheaton or Glenmont with purple line work over the tracks and coastal road in Silver Spring the rest of the red line runs normally there's also single tracking significantly slowing the blue orange and silver lines construction also continues on the roads but most large events that could close roads around the region are canceled over covert nineteen more WTOP dot com search metro Max with WTOP news amid all of the corona virus threat many restaurants have been hit hardest people avoid dining out food delivery service GrubHub is deferring commission fees for independent restaurants that are being hit hard by the efforts to contain the spread of the virus the company says it hopes the deferral of these fees will allow the restaurant to continue to operate and pay their employees throughout the duration of the crisis the company also recommends ordering carryout from restaurants as a way of avoiding contact with crowds of people while still supporting those establishments nine forty four if it seems like we've had a lot of rain recently is because we have record amounts and who knows what the summer is going to bring so here's some advice you really should listen to make sure your roof can handle all this rain now I know I know your roof is probably the last thing you want to think about but remember this if your roof to protect your whole house if it's not a good shape you are in for some huge repair bills trust me I learned that lesson the hard way hi it's Chris core when my roof sprang a leak I called Ruth masters and I've been singing their praises on the radio ever since these geysers super honest and very fussy about their work they'll do it the right way with no gimmicky sales tactics like some other companies they simply say before you get any roofing project done always get three estimates just make sure one of the three is from Ruth masters call them at three oh one two three roof three oh one two three roof with Ruth masters the proof is in the roof sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda nine forty five and over to rob would fork all right Dick those somewhat limited the NFL has continued its business and we'll start the league year on schedule while other leagues have shut down amid corona virus concerns according to ESPN's Adam Schefter the league sent a memo to its teams today informing them the so called legal tampering period opens tomorrow at noon and the new league year will begin Wednesday as planned in its on that day the Baltimore Ravens trade for Caleres Campbell will become official as they finalize a new two year deal worth a reported twenty seven million dollars with twenty million in guarantees Baltimore getting a steal for the five time pro bowler sending a fifth round pick to Jacksonville for a veteran defensive lineman entering his age thirty four season ranked in the top ten in snaps tackles sacks and defensive touchdowns over the last five seasons a move so big that ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley tweeted I smell a dynasty course that requires getting beyond the divisional round of the playoffs in the team that upset the ravens last postseason has locked up their quarterback the Tennessee Titans agreeing to a four year deal with Ryan Tannehill that will pay the reigning comeback player of the year a reported one hundred eighteen million dollars with ninety one million in guarantees this morning and I fell players ratified a new collective bargaining agreement with roughly fifty one percent of the vote that makes official a seventeen game schedule an expanded playoff field are coming soon along with more money and more opportunity especially among the lowest paid players the size of the active rosters and practice squads set to grow and in a big change for all the players collect paychecks for eight months of the year instead of just the four during the season the latest sports closures amid concerns over the a corona virus outbreak one of the preparations for the Kentucky Derby the Sunland derby in New Mexico has been called off in the Texas racetrack that hosts the U. S. Grand Prix is closing indefinitely after a series of cancellations MLS has extended its moratorium on team training through Friday although it could be longer with the new CDC recommendation to avoid gatherings of fifty or more people and Major League Baseball is expected to update teams on its policy tomorrow.

E. W. H. O.
"w h o" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on WJR 760

"What I on Sundays so didn't want to hear that actually but and we we've got the W. H. O. now declaring this a pandemic and and Maria I I'm not sure as I was looking at this I'm trying to look at it objectively whether this really changes anything we've been declared a state of emergency but what that only with that means is that we have some new offices there be triggered an open and arms of government that are now formed an activated to to address this what we should've been acting like it was already here anyway and that's been the thinking among a lot of the met medical community that the virus has been among us it just hasn't been diagnosed officially accept now for these two cases and there may be also a third case that we're looking at and I'll Lansing and east Lansing and Michigan State University but that's not confirmed yet you know we're we're seeing an awful lot of cancellations I think yes to some extent it may be out of an abundance of caution but I also think it's out of an abundance of concern that you might be criticized if you don't cancel it and I'm not sure with her that's the sound was a snow day kind of laying out whether that's the soundest logic but when you look at these universities it's it's okay for the universities to do this the kids can do online learning in their dorms or in their student housing but I wonder if that puts additional pressure on the K. through twelve folks are that would be a good question and I also wonder about a lot of businesses whether you know that puts pressure on them as well and you know the a lot of people out of doctors that I've talked to have said that again the best way you know you just got to keep in mind keep yourself clean keep surfaces around you clean as we heard Dr Frank McGeorge telling Paul W. this morning it's about those big droplets that are on the surfaces wipe them down no problem there and yes if you can avoid a big group that probably would be a good idea I've heard more than one doctor say they will and it's interesting because doctor found she had stopped short before that he said the large crowds if you have an underlying health condition and you're over the age of sixty well he sounded like he was amending that yeah yes the mony today this is our infectious disease specialist with the CDC cuts six Mike we would recommend that they not be large crowds if that means not having any people in the audience with the NBA plays so be it but as a public health official anything that has large crowds is something that would give a a risk to spread so I'm I'm curious Michael Laura Maria are you going to change your behavior in terms of avoiding large crowds I mean I mean my strategy is just to continue the basic hygiene we were taught in kindergarten wash your hands cover your mouth if you cough or sneeze and it right now so far to me the scariest thing about the virus has been the reaction especially that one town that's been quarantined in in New York the natural Russia yeah you were shell it looks like I said and and I and I said it earlier I just don't like the idea of of law abiding citizen has a team they have let's just clarify they have not been quarantined I just saw a report on a reporter who was near there yeah I mean people can come and go out of that area the National Guard has set up a you know command post there and so on and they are testing more people but that there is it it's not a lock down it's not like what you saw on adult in Italy with well I'm glad to hear yeah I think it's not that but when the National Guard shows up you know as soon as something a bit of of a more aggressive messaging at Cuomo was on Good Morning America this more excuse me on on the today show this morning saying well yeah there's there's that Evan flow it but their but we are saying no large gatherings yeah and how do you enforce that right and then on top of that I mean we see what's happening with the stock market and if all these businesses are being closed in an over abundance of caution interrupting our our everyday lives you know how how long is it before there's actually some real long term damage that's hard to recover from yeah I it's it's funny I will avoid large crowds probably but it depends it depends on what I need to do I I would imagine my wife and I were taking a walk today and I mention that we could go to this show today and she was left is what you're trying to kill me and she said no I don't think that's not a compelling enough reason for me to get into a crowd now I think that if if something we've ever ever grandson needed to sell she P. F. and the plane in a heart beat now you know so the but that's how people I think are are are modulating and our processing of this information and by the way we're gonna hear from the governorate of five o'clock she's going to have a code update and other eighteen cases that we have yet to get results back on and so it may grow it probably will grow but everything in perspective here right and you know I have to say one of the best things that I heard from anybody in all of this was a person at an expert in infectious diseases and it was a couple of weeks ago and they said one of the big questions that we should be asking ourselves about this particular outbreak and what's happened here is why is it that we that these diseases can travel from animals to humans because you know sars travel that way so these are hot this is how this travel and this is what started all this so we should be asking we should be investigating why is it that's happening and how is it that we stop that or mitigate that and and put some resources into that so that we don't find ourselves in this again but you know I don't know how we do that especially when it's happening in these underdeveloped areas for instance in China with these bizarre customs are right but you know what research is research all right so I'd listen I thought that was a pretty good pretty darn good idea to prevent all of us from having to deal with that yeah in the meantime doctor felt she did have a nice reminder.

W. H. O. Maria
"w h o" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fully in but I got the impression that people knew what the results were that were coming in and I think to judges is the one that one I think just just a couple of percentage yeah for Bernie and I think it reasonable that yesterday as the the herd rock in at the walk into a driving W. H. O. in the morning and he said they knew what the numbers were announced them with the media kind of knew what the numbers were as they were going along so they would have known who the judge had this had the edge yeah and that he would have known to at all the candidates knew about where they stood before they left dial even though it wasn't of could be officially interests correct so I know what a cluster that was it turns out one of the things they did they used a cheap version of that app did you read that what now I did not read that the last I heard was the there there were something like three reports and they weren't winding up and there was some inconsistencies that's what they were saying and no I didn't hear about that there's a lot of people are using the app is a cheap version that only lets two hundred users on at a time that's the one they use they have fifteen or seventeen hundred precincts well yeah well that one was for the other two hundred was free so they use the free one was only allowed two hundred people at a time to use the app instead of paying whatever nominal amount of money it would have been to use the one where everybody could have a lot of the same time it was just being in a tight as amazing all right vibe eleven the rabbit we get to our forecast here in a minute and it looks kinda bleak but it's all just ahead stand by time for the wooden wisdom of anything so I go to a Chinese restaurant in the message in my fortune cookie says roses red mail the cookie cook do you want with the count was saying.

Bernie W. H. O.
"w h o" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"w h o" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Whole body sensuality to a sexual encounter essential did you tell that's right another Bonnie whole whole hyphen body W. H. O. L. a whole yes when the W. sexual erotic blueprints does your husband simple active just do it not at all it's fine and use it to relax called being a man you know one do any sensual touching I could also have an erotic blueprint that's kinky you're aroused by the taboo that's called the hurt okay go out I've said this is like this is the you know the multiple choice of all of the above you could be a fit as shape shifter we can't think yeah I've a state yep and your rows by all of the above you're endlessly creative but you need a partner who is also equally as adventurous I mean we just hope everybody is to a certain degree depending on the day how you feel are you tired well that's a that would be my prime I'm whatever whatever blueprint this is I don't like labels so the minute you you tell me that I'm of this I'm like yeah but I'm not because of X. Y. Z. what this makes me think a lot lately there is yeah I love languages to be fair it sounds very much like horoscopes which I think are recreationally fun yeah but I don't put a lot of you know stock into them and if this helps people communicate better okay so I'm gonna be like actually rational if this helps people communicate better about their intimate needs currency exactly are working for Julian but I doubt that it actually is I think that's a bunch of who we I mean you know I I just I just don't think things are that easy right like right like things easily going yeah and then it's like oh weeds hunk of them because I will say tossing diet still talk the other thing yeah Hey taught yet talk just talking in general nursing talk therapy is a wonderful thing so whatever it takes for you to be more communicative if if here's what I would hate though is that if one person the relationship reed says and it's like my god we have to do this in a person's like I don't this is not I don't that's a big problem yet they're resistant to going to do any of it anyway when it comes to sex good luck to you trying to figure out anything sex is one of those things it's just it it it's a black hole man yes is a big black hole yes it is so there's a lot of our own there's a lot of things so much wrapped up in it in the moment you don't know exactly how you're feeling how your partner's feeling just what you bring all your own baggage and sometimes I get as good and some of that baggage is bad and all I eat is no joke I making sex on really fun right now we go back all you feel like you are do you have a an erotic blueprints I don't think any of those resonate with you guys as a reading I sounded so similar yes thank you I don't even know the difference between them I'm like okay so still you like touch she likes well who doesn't I hear you just gonna be like hands off but some days you don't want to be touched showing get off of me right let's get this over with right all my god yeah right maybe or not only you're not okay yes and.

Bonnie W. H. O.